Discover this magical photographic technique and create your own cyanotypes at our workshop designed especially for families.
Cyanotype photography is a simple camera-less process that produces a beautiful blue image when coated sensitised paper is exposed to light.
The workshops will be led by photographer Nathan McGill, who will help you to get creative as you choose flowers or other objects to place on light-sensitive paper to make your own cyanotype.
This is a fun and fascinating process, giving you the opportunity to create your own sun prints to take home.
Need to know:
- All materials are provided.
- Recommended for children aged 5 to 12.
- All children must be accompanied by an adult.
- 30-minute sessions run at 12pm, 12.30pm, 1pm and 1.30pm.
- Please choose a time slot and book a ticket per child. Accompanying adults don’t need to book a place.
- The workshops are free but limited places are available, booking advised via Art Tickets or call the gallery on 01274 737843.
These workshops are taking place as part of Bradford Family Learning Festival, click here to download the full district-wide programme running over this October half-term!